New Menu at Little Fish Has Us Hankerinig for Cobia


Chadd Jenkins alerted us to his new menu at Little Fish today. Each of the second courses look worth ordering, though we would have a hard time not ordering the cobia with lamb, garbanzo, olives, mint and chilis. Jenkins’ cobia and veal combination that we ate late last year, still stands out as one of our favorite dishes of 2012.

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  • Dan

    Whoa, those prices are far from little!

    • Maria

      Same goes for the flavor! Whoa!

      • That was my first thought when I saw them as well Dan. But Maria, is right, there is a lot more going on here than a grilled piece of fish slapped on a plate. Little Fish could as easily be called Big Surf & Turf Flavor.

    • pete

      yea that’s not what they were charging even a year ago; used to be a better value here

  • Dan

    Fair enough. This does appear to be the most expensive byob in the city. Not sure that’s justified in that cramped setting. But if the cooking is good enough, people will pay it. I’ll probably eventually give it a shot, but in the meantime I’ll be at Dmitri’s…

    • barrygster

      They don’t need that many people to pay it to fill their seats.

    • mike

      I wouldn’t even bother if I were you, Dan. The inverse relationship you’ve got in your head regarding price and quality precludes you from getting it anyway. Let the restaurant save those valuable, limited seats for someone worth their efforts.